Standard questions - have you checked all wiring connections, is everything lubed like it should be, is anything loose, etc.? If you're losing steps it could be one of those or a combination and it could be the drivers, steppers, etc.
Does it do it all the time or only when it has been used a while? Does it do this in the same place each time or is it random? Which axis or are all affected?
Well its only done this one other time and it was when i was using a fairly fast cutting speed everything it tight and lubed maybe im trying to cutt too fast and its skipping a cog on the belts it effects x and y but there has been other problems with the spindle shutting the machine down when there was a minor load on it.
i really dont like the controller that came with this machine i was thinking of converting to a mach 3 type control
i dont like having to work in metric either
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